Welcome to SPI’s December Newsletter! Regardless of one’s family or community traditions, this is a season of hope. The Social Policy Institute wishes each of you a time of joy, rest, and deep connection over the holidays. May HOPE show up in our family life as well as in the work to advance healthy aging across the lifespan and wellness…
In the spirit of the season, the Social Policy Institute is grateful for the focused work to advance healthy aging across the lifespan and wellness for all. The articles and updates that follow have a focus either on aging issues, or child welfare/prevention/wellness concerns—or both. We wish you and your families a deep time of connection and reflection – Happy…
We had a successful kickoff of our HOPE at SDSU initiative this month, and are welcoming new associates to the SPI team! View our October Newsletter with these updates and more here
Explore our most recent newsletter. SPI’s scope and team is growing and if you are a student, staff, or faculty at SDSU, please join us on October 2nd for our big launch of the HOPE Inspired University project. Access our newsletter HERE
Explore SPI’s most recent newsletter and learn about new classes offered by the San Diego Caregiver Connections (SDCC) program via CEAL, a community celebration at Park de la Cruz on Sep. 16, and the newest on Transforming Child Welfare by Casey Family Programs, and much more. Access the newsletter HERE
Explore SPI’s newest K2A on Building Wellness Systems, learn about the new Mandated Reporting Community Supporting Task Force, the new San Diego Connecting Caregivers Curriculum, and next steps for AFC Imperial Beach. Click HERE for the newsletter.
SPI’s June newsletter is now available. Check out this month’s highlight featuring the Park de La Cruz Community Center, learn about SPI’s newest grant CalGrows, and get ready for the Imperial Beach AFC Action Planning Sessions. For the full newsletter, click HERE
Interested in learning about the Binational Social Work Conference, age-friendly community and other project updates, mental health resources, and opportunities for engagement? Explore SPI’s most recent newsletter.